an excited state of agitation;
"he was in a dither"
"there was a terrible flap about the theft"
make upset or troubled
make a fuss; be agitated
- He seems in pother,noboody knows what's on his mind.
- He liked his sister， who was warm and pleasant， but he did not like his pother， who was aloof and arrogant.
- Three hundred pages is far too much pother for a crime other than murder.After all, the reader's trouble and expenditure of energy must be rewarded.
- drink and pother in the house
- make [raise] a pother
- make a pother
Smiting the sea with his mighty tail, making an almost deafening noise and pother.出自： F. T. Bullen
All this pother about a brooch really didn't do at all.出自： V. Woolf
The Home Fleet was in a pother about Mountbatten's activities.出自： P. Ziegler